Therapy Resources in Your Community

For students seeking counseling / psychotherapy services other than the UMaine Counseling Center, the following links provide resources to help you identify counselors in your communities.   It is important to know that not all therapists use these sites to promote their services.  You may find good therapists by asking your medical providers, family, or friends.  You can also ask therapists if they offer sliding scale options, which means they may reduce their typical prices depending on your financial circumstances.   Many of the websites below allow you to use different criteria to search for providers.  Some of these sites suggest therapists who do not take insurance.

We do not endorse any particular website or providers on these sites.

Finding providers through a health insurance company

Most insurance companies have lists of their in-network providers on their websites.  You can also get information about such providers by calling the phone number on your health insurance cards.  You may need to know the specific plan to identify providers that you can see.  Because of this, checking these sites can be particularly helpful.

Search Engines for Mental Health Providers

Psychology Today (psychologist + psychiatrist)         

Good Therapy (limited options)                                    

Open Path (low cost options)                                       

Regain (relational/couples counseling, online)          

Talk Space (online therapy + text)                                

Inclusive Therapists  (Out of state)                              

Maine Queer Health                                                      


Search Engines for Mental Health Providers of Color



Search Engines for Black Mental Health Providers

Black Therapist Network                                              
Therapy for Black Girls                                                 
Black Female Therapists                                              
Therapy for Black Men                                                 


Support Meetings for Alcohol Addiction

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)